Don't print tickets at home
Paying for convenience is sometimes why you're paying an extra fee. Paying to print a concert ticket at home instead of waiting for it to arrive by mail is fine if you need the ticket for a concert that night. But if you have a lengthy lead time before the event, you'll save by choosing the mail option.
Ticketmaster charges a $2.50 service fee to print at home through its TicketFast program. It doesn't charge a fee to have the ticket sent via standard mail. Other ticketing programs have similar fees. Check the fine print, and you could save a few bucks.